Fairfield Inn St. Louis Collinsville, IL
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... stadium is one I remember the name of!
We saw the Archway, but no way would I clmb that. It's actually quite tricky to get ...
... 40's we were glad to have above freezing temperatures and opted for a walk in Forest Park - located in the heart of St. Louis - it has many walking paths, monuments, lakes etc.
We returned to the Cathedral Basilica and walked through to view the stunning architecture and handcrafted mosaics. The church was built starting in 1907 and took over a century to finish, and after seeing it we ...
... which was only about a 10 minute drive. We crossed the Eads bridge from Illinois to Missouri. This was the very first bridge built across the Mississippi. As it turns out the tickets we got at such a bargain price, not only got us good seats, but got us access to the Redbird Club. This is an upscale club within the park that is fully air conditioned, with lots of tables and chairs with a pretty good view of the filed ...
... these long trips. Some 6 hours later (more due to roadworks
than me being slow) I arrive in the city of Indianapolis, its HUGE, again. I take a few wrong turns but manage to get on
the right track. A school bus is honking
loudly and the woman driving it is shouting abuse to someone, and it isn’t til I
get down the road that it was me!!! She
wanted to pull out and I didn’t let her in, mental note to myself – let ...
... this point on, we started our first detour from route 66. And when I say detour, I really mean another epic journey. We are making our way to Greensboro to meet a friend, via Kentucky and Nashville (Hooray for Nashville!!). So we arrived in Collinsville Super 8 just after 8, enjoyed a supper of bagels, and booked a few hotels. Today has just been the stuff of dreams, and we just feel so lucky to be on this ...